Faculty & Staff
Senior Lecturer, Latin and Classical Cultures
L S Dougherty 210G
Research and teaching interests: Latin; Greek and Roman mythology; Classical philosophy and religion; biblical literature; history of ideas about marriage, gender, freedom, and morality; religion and politics in America.
Per the Appalachian State University Faculty Handbook, Emeritus/Emerita/Emeritx faculty status is a privilege that may be conferred to honor a faculty member who has retired, resigned due to a long-term disability, or who has died after a distinguished professional career that included significant contributions to the University.
The title is awarded to faculty members with permanent tenure and at least ten years of employment at Appalachian State who demonstrate one or more of the following: a substantive record of scholarly achievement commensurate with national and international standards within the specific discipline; a recognized record of outstanding teaching and educational contributions; and evidence of significant service both to the University and to the candidate’s respective discipline.
- Dr. K. Martial Frindéthié (French)
- Dr. Rainer Goetz (Spanish)
- Dr. Kevin Kennedy (German)
- Dr. Richard McGarry (Linguistics, TESL)